The Youth Attention Center (YAC) is a non-profit agency that assists homeless, runaway, and youth who are at risk between the ages of 12-21 though outreach case management, crisis intervention, temporary shelter, and life skills building. YAC has residential and non-residential Basic Care Center programs and Transitional Living programs to help youth achieve their goals and recieve care and case management.
The Wexford County Council on Aging (WCCOA) provides a wide array of services and programs to meet the needs in the community, including enhancing wellness and empowering seniors to be a vital part of the community. Some of WCCOA's services include homemaking, personal care, in-home respite care, adult day services, foot care, a Medicare/Medicaid assistance program and community health advocacy, and medication management.
Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency (Wayne Metro) is a non-profit organization serving approximately 35,000 low-and moderate-income residents throughout Wayne County. Wayne Metro provides over 60 programs in the areas of Quality Housing, Family Stability and Economic Opportunities. Their services include financial capability education, homeownership workshops, housing counseling, financial counseling, utility assistance, Head Start, GED preparation, free tax preparation, foreclosure prevention and homeless services.
Washtenaw Association for Community Advocacy (WACA) advocates for and provides education for people with disabilities and their families. Services provided include a sliding scale fee for service program to help parents secure Individualized Education Plans for their children, transitional services for disabled youth reaching adulthood, and a family support subsidy to help pay for special expenses the family has while caring for severely disabled children.
Warriors for the Homeless (WFTH) is filling a need in Berrien and Wayne County, Michigan–helping veterans, the homeless and the addicted get the help they need. WFTH helps the veterans, the homeless and the addicted find social justice and dignity by directing them to professional medical and/or psychiatric help and addiction groups when needed. WFTH's housing program assists men in acquiring temporary transportation and housing for basic life needs and employment while helping them build job skills through a work therapy model.